SHAW CARPET CLEANING
In addition to frequent vacuuming, it’s important to clean your carpet on a regular basis. Cleaning systems will remove the oily, sticky soil that vacuums can’t take out, and will help keep your carpet looking great over time.
Cleaning systems target the soils that result from cooking vapors, air pollution, and tracked-in dirt. The particles of oily soil deposited on carpet fibers can cause gradual but significant dulling of colors. The color isn’t lost, but is hidden under the film. If this type of soil is allowed to accumulate, it begins to attract and hold the dry soil.READ MORE
Do you keep hiring carpet cleaning companies that promise more than they can deliver? A lot of businesses advertise rock bottom prices to entice customers, but after they get their foot in the door, do shoddy work, then intimidate customers forcing them to pay their exorbitant prices.
The industry has recognized that these scam artists are hurting legitimate businesses, so the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) has come up with some tips to help consumers not get swindled by these scammers.READ MORE
Hiring a reputable professional that will provide consistent quality carpet cleaning requires thorough research.
The internet is a vast source for locating local companies and viewing their personal websites. This enables prospective customers to read up on the services provided, rates, geographic service area, experience, and previous customer testimonials. In addition, the Better Business Bureau website can provide further information regarding any past complaints and/or citations issued to the company in question. A reliability report can be obtained through the BBB upon contacting them directly.
Consumers should be aware of the key factors to look at when selecting a professional.
These precautions will not only protect the existing flooring, it will decrease the likelihood of the customer falling victim to fraudulent services.READ MORE
Finding a reputable and experienced carpet cleaning company can be extremely difficult for a home or business owner for many reasons.
Often, an untrained eye cannot assess the quality of service after the professional leaves, and it can take weeks before the tell-tale signs of poor treatment become obvious. It may not be clear how skilled a technician is beforehand, unless a home or business owner knows which questions to ask.
Finally, if a business is using outdated or poorly maintained equipment, it may not be obvious. Fortunately, there is a way to determine whether or not a professional is ready to handle the work.READ MORE
Choosing a carpet cleaning company can be a difficult decision. We’ll make it easy for you…
Green Carpet Cleaners is “Green Certified” and proud of our reputation as a reliable cleaning company in Winnipeg, and we’ll do whatever it takes to protect and maintain our shining reviews and repeat customers.
The following five tips will help you choose the carpet cleaning service that is right for you!READ MORE
Keep Your Carpet Looking Beautiful
Vacuuming is great for day-to-day carpet maintenance. But to keep it at peak performance, CRI recommends professionally deep cleaning your carpet every 12 to 18 months. (Be sure to check your carpet warranty for particular requirements.)
CRI strongly recommends getting your carpet professionally cleaned by an SOA-certified service provider. These companies use SOA-approved equipment and products in order to assure their customers their carpet is being serviced with the best products. It is also the most effective way to maintain your warranty, as many carpet manufacturers recommend SOA products in their residential warranties.READ MORE
When a home or business owner hires carpet cleaning companies to treat their floors, they should expect the technicians to be trained, certified, and skilled. Our staff have training for every type of carpet and stain by the Canadian Green Cleaners certification program. This certification gives our staff training on environmental and personal safety for you, your family or customers and for our lakes and rivers.
Call today to learn more about our green solutions at 204-667-1888.
So, What Does Indoor Air Quality Have To Do With Carpet Cleaning?
CARPET AS A FILTER
Studies by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) conclude that indoor air may have anywhere from two times to 100 times the pollutants found in outside air, and with people spending as much as 90% of their time indoors, the EPA finds “INDOOR AIR POLLUTION is one of the Top Five most serious environmental problems affecting the health of humans in America”.
In addition, the World Health Organization finds that a full 40% of all buildings pose a “serious health hazard” due to indoor air pollution.READ MORE